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Internet resources that will land you a job and help you through the process!

How to deal with the desperate anxiety that naturally occurs during your job search. Keep this list parked where you sit at home working away at your job search and look at it whenever you start to feel anxious and alone. See the internet resource list below.   ·       Remember – it’s not you ·       […]

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HOW TO GET NOTICED by the HIRING MANAGERS and Stay Positive during your job search!

Differentiate yourself during your job search! I know times are so tough for people right now in their job search and most people are barely hanging on regarding their search. But remember, what is needed now more than ever is to STAY FOCUSED, POSITIVE, and never never GIVE UP. Most of you need to DIFFERENTIATE YOURSELF from other job seekers. […]

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Monthly Expense Savings Tips—

  Monthly Expense Savings Tips—   Don’t forget to contact the EDD Employment Development Department and extend your unemployment insurance.   Budgeting ·       Create a monthly spending report and budget – your bank’s online bill pay site probably has some kind of expense report that can give you a place to start Utilities ·       If […]

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Don’t Stop Your Job Search During The Holidays!!!!

How to Conduct an Effective Job Search During the Holidays. Don’t Quit your Job Search Companies are Hiring! Myth: Companies don’t hire during the Holidays. Fact: People get hired all the time during the holidays, the number of positions might not be as high but Hiring Managers are looking for candidates to fill positions by […]

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Career Tip for the day! Refresh your resume – Don’t leave it hanging out there in cyber space

I want to let you know about the three job boards you should be posting on to get results. Recruiters only look at the last two days of postings. So you can’t forget to refresh your resumes every three days. What this means is that you need to go into your resume profiles on these sites and […]

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Tips on How to Answer the question on Why did you leave your last job?

This is always the topic and issue of the day for me. I have clients that get laid off, fired, pushed out because they fell out of favor and are forced to resign for reasons unknown to them. Does this sound vaguely familiar.  It’s happened to me and most people I know. Ok so here […]

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Can taking a personality or aptitude assessment help you find the perfect career?

As a career coach and trainer I have been using psychometric tests a.k.a. personal assessments to help clients identify their personality type and natural talents and abilities. These assessments are one way to learn about yourself and help you focus in on what type of job/career is going to make you happy. We all know […]

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Career tip for the day! Refresh, Refresh, Refresh…

Have you ever wondered why you don’t get a lot of phone calls after you post your resume on the job boards? Well the tip for the day is to remind you to refresh your resume every three to four days. If you leave your resume posted out in cyber space for more than a week, you […]

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The first thing you need to do to get back into the job market after you have been laid off..

Building and updating a resume that communicates your value and differentiaties you from your peers. You will need to quantify and qualify your accomplishments. Don’t forget the resume is your “First Interview Advantage.” Also, don’t forget to post your resume on craigslist.com, monster, and careerbuilder and remember to refresh every two -three days so you […]

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